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We have dedicated this portion of our home on the web to bring you helpful local resources that will prayerfully assist you in your daily journey. Click the links for more information.

Columbus Public Health - Health, Dental and vision care for adults with limited income.
H1N1 Virus Information - The ongoing outbreak of H1N1 continues to expand in the United States.
VA Health Care Eligibility & Enrollment - New enrollments for veterans whose medical conditions are not service-connected, reopened effective 6-15-2009 with new income caps that will allow more people to get in. Click on the link to

COWIC JOBleaders
Ohio Hiring Managment Systems
Columbus Employment Guide
Jump Start Your Business with Free Business Cards  
FREE!! Princeton University - Announces its Summer Journalism Program

University of Maryland, College Park: - Women in Engineering

Benefits include:
  • living stipend ($200 per week)
  • health care coverage
  • free metro pass
  • $4,725 educational scholarship
Funds Promote Youth Activism - Do Something Grants http://www.dosomething.org/grants/general/apply

Contemporary Arts Projects Funded - The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts http://www.warholfoundation.org/
Create a Scholarships.com profile and get personalized information on college scholarships and grants that match you! -
Finding money for college can be a real challenge. At FindTuition.com, we're here to help you find the money you need from all available funding sources.
Local Community Programs Supported - Bank of America Charitable Foundation: Local Grantmaking
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation works to create neighborhood excellence in the communities served by the bank in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. While local community priorities determine how funding is allocated, grants typically fall into four main categories: Community Development, Education, Health and Human Services, and Arts and Culture. Each of the company's markets, in partnership with local community leaders, sets specific target areas of interest within these major categories. There are no deadlines for grant applications. Visit the company's website to access the priorities for local funding in each region.
AAAWA - Provides support, linkage and education, focusing on the overall health of the African American Community.

Central Community House - Central Community House (CCH) is a private non-profit settlement house that has maintained a "quiet tradition of caring" since 1935. Today, CCH offers a variety of programs designed to strengthen family, neighborhood and community life.

City of Columbus Call Center 3-1-1 - The City of Columbus Call Center provides a way for you, the resident, to submit a request for City Services.

First Link - Standing ready to help. Our 2-1-1 call center has operators who can access a database and connect callers to agencies that can help, or they can access our volunteer opportunity database, where volunteers' skills are matched to appropriate programs or nonprofits.

HAP - Military Homeowner Assistance Plan

The Neighborhood House - Since 1909, we’ve been helping families in their efforts to become self-sufficient so they can improve the quality of life for themselves and their neighborhood.

The Ohio Benefit Bank - The Ohio Benefit Bank (OBB) is a web-based computer program to connect low and moderate-income Ohioans with access to work supports such as tax credits and public benefits.
Pearl Market - Set in the middle of the hustle and bustle of downtown Columbus, Pearl Market offers a unique opportunity May through October for people to purchase fresh produce from the farmers who grew it, baked goods, jewelry, handmade goods, gift items, lunch offerings, and much more.

St. Stephen's Community House - Since 1919, St. Stephen's Community House has served the residents of Columbus and particularly the Greater Linden area. Providing a range of Child Care, Senior, Youth, Family and Emergency Services.

South Side Settlement House - Neighborhood-based, multi-service settlement house providing after-school program, summer activities and residential summer camp for children and teens; preschool and day care for 3 - 5 year olds; and much more.